Stains on fabrics – Iron
Iron. These spots are black-brown or black in color. It often happens, that we mistake them for rust stains. The stains are made of iron particles, grease and dirt. The stain must first be washed with gasoline, dissolving the grease particles, then it is washed off with soap or detergent, and, if necessary, the stained area is washed with gasoline after drying the fabric. If, despite these measures, a clearly visible red stain of rust remains on the fabric, then use agents used to remove rust stains. For iron stains on rayon made of acetate fibers, moisten the stained area with oleic acid, then they are washed with gasoline. Only gasoline can be used on polyvinyl chloride fiber products.